Not A Burger/001/Dolly Dimple/Hot Lips

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Not A Burger/001/Dolly Dimple/Hot Lips
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Image by aha42 | tehaha
Place: Dolly Dimple (at Torgallmeningen)
Food: Pizza : Hot Lips
Points: 5 of 6 (3.5 of 6)

Sizes: 30cm and 40cm, this is 40cm.

Menu description: meat, onion, jalapeños, garlic and "tiger sauce".

Nano review: Whats up with the rating? Well the 5 is the rating I sometimes find it in but not always. I am great fan of jalapeños and sometimes (like to day) it has to few and sometimes the consistency of the pizza is not be all that great (like to day) and seldom the garlic feature is prominent. Still never a disaster and so is a innocuous choice; does not dip under the 3 point watermark…


Binary, would I think about having it again?: Yes.

Man in shot is my boss Patrick Gaffney, a mathematician who happen to have the same taste in food and movies as the hackers he hires! So when stated hackers went to see Terminator 4 he joined and got us pizza before movie.

Serving time: Pretty good! Had not finish my coke before it arrived.

In the background one see people on the plane titled Torgallmeningen, yea, that is done a bit ‘artistic’…

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Male California Sea Lion (Zalophus californianus) (part of set of 4) EDITED
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Image by mikebaird
Male California Sea Lion (Zalophus californianus) on pier (note distinct external era), as seen from Subsea Tours’ Dos Osos Catamaran, captained by Kevin Winfield, during Bay Birding Pic Cruise of the Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival 2010 led by Mike Baird, 15 Sat 2010, in Morro Bay, CA. Pic by Michael "Mike" L. Baird, mike [at} mikebaird d o t com,; Canon 5D, Canon 100-400mm IS Lens with Circular Polarizer, handheld. (part of a set of 4 images) EDITED to remove part of second sea lion.

16 July 2010 query approved:
Q: Request for Permission to use "Male California Sea Lion (Zalophus californianus) (part of set of 4) EDITED" Date: 16th July, 2010 Dear Mr. Baird: I am writing on behalf of the Mountain Record, a quarterly Zen Buddhist publication based in Mt. Tremper, NY, and would like to request permission to use one of your images in the start issue (Vol. 29 No. 1) of the journal. The image is the one you have entitled “Male California Sea Lion (Zalophus californianus) (part of set of 4) EDITED” on the Flickr website. If you can extend permission for us to use this image, we will credit the pic with the study you like to use, even though for the intoxicant of consistency, the editor in chief asks that we not include web site addresses on the credit line. Unfortunately, the Mountain Record is a non-profit publication, and so we are unable to offer payment for the use of images. However if we are granted to use it, I will send you a high-resolution PDF of the page on which the image would be used in addition to a low-resolution PDF of the entire issue. Please let us know if you’re healthy to allow us use of the photo, and the study you would like to use in the credit. Yours truly, Bill
William Kando Johnston, Layout and Design, Mountain Record, Dharma Communications, Mt. Tremper, NY 12457; (845) 688 7993
A: William, that is all fine with me.
Photo by Michael L. Baird should suffice.
Mike [at} mikebaird d o t com answers any logistical questions
Best success on the Mountain Record! Mike

Farnsworth House
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Image by tinyfroglet
This home was the reason for my weekend trip…

(Plano, Ill)

from the website:
The Farnsworth House, built by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1951 and located near Plano, Illinois, is one of the most famous examples of modernist domestic structure and was considered unprecedented in its day. Transcending any traditional domestic function or program, the importance of the home lies rather in the absolute purity and consistency of its architectural idea. As historian Franz Schulze has remarked: “Certainly the home is more almost temple than dwelling, and it rewards aesthetic contemplation before it fulfills domestic necessity.”

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